Helping Hands In Home Care, Inc
LaPorte, Marshall, St. Joseph, Lake and Porter counties - including the cities of: LaPorte, Michigan City, Long Beach, Beverly Shores, Porter, Westville, Kingsford Heights, Mill Creek, Fish Lake, Rolling Prairie, New Carlisle, Valparaiso, Chesterton, Hamlet, and Walkerton.
• Personal Care
• Bathing, Dressing, Grooming
• Meal Preparation
• Grocery shopping, errands
• Medical Appointments
• Medication Reminders
• Recreation Activities
• Respite Care
We are open 7 days a week, 365 a year for your personal needs. Please feel free to contact us and meet our friendly staff.
We will evaluate your personal and individual needs. We want to include family members, and other important individuals including yourself in all of the decisions that are made about your care. Helping Hands In Home Care, Inc. will develop an individualized plan of care to specifically meet your needs and this allows us to find you the most suitable caregiver. We are accepting private pay clients, as well as clients that are on the Medicaid Waiver. All of our services are very flexible and reasonably priced. We offer services on a temporary, long term or 24 hour care basis.
When we do pre-screen, what do we look for?
All senior housing communities and home care agencies on Care.com have been pre-screened by one of our Care Force team members. During the pre-screening process our Care Force:
- Verifies license information if licensing is required by the state (see details)
- Verifies profile information for accuracy
- Checks the Better Business Bureau for accreditation and reputation ratings
- Conducts an online media search for negative, newsworthy incidents
- Performs an overall reputation check by reading a sample of online reviews by customers like you
Information reviewed during the pre-screening process can change at any time. Accordingly, please make sure you perform your own research on the care providers you are considering and feel completely comfortable with the company or individual you have selected. Ultimately, you are solely responsible for selecting an appropriate care provider for you and your family.